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Australia’s Greek Cultural Agenda Until July 8th, 2012

Greek Australians have many opportunities  to entertain themselves along with other fellow-countrymen. Exciting Greek events organized for both minors and adults are about to take place all over Australia until Sunday, July 8th, so we have gathered some of them for you here:

The Battle of Crete  photo exhibition- Canberra, until June 30, 2012

Hellenic Club of Canberra and the Cretan Association of ACT, along with the Army Museum of New South Wales and the Joint Committee of the Battle of Crete and Mainland Greece, have co-organized a photo exhibition depicting the Battle of Crete.

The exhibition will be open to public until June 30th, from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm. Entry is free to members and invited guests.

The exhibition is held at Matilda Street, Woden, Canberra.


Underage Disco- Thebarton, Adelaide, July 6th

The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia, in cooperation with its Dance School, holds its first event for underage people, so that younger friends of the Community have some fun.

The community is calling for students to leave their studying aside for a night and join the Underage Disco on July 6th at the Thebarton Community Hall, 71 George Street, Thebarton, right next to St Nicholas Church.

Besides the disco rhythm, chips, soft drinks and lollies will make the young attendants’ night even better.

Drop off time is 7.00pm and pick up is at 11.00pm. Tickets are $10.00 each and if you want to secure yours, call the Community on 8231 4307.


Tasting  Night 2012- Adelaide, July 7th

The Cultural Committee of the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia presents a gastronomic soiree for lovers of Greek cuisine. Inspired by ancient Greece, this will be the ultimate experience of fine dining.

If you feel interested in this event, visit the Olympic Hall on Saturday 7 July from 7.30pm.

An eight-course meal of ancient Greek dishes will be waiting for you. In the meantime, the bar will be open to offer drinks to those willing to have a break from the food.

Entry fee is $100 per head. For reservation call on 8231 4307 or contact Mrs Hellas Lucas on 0404 617967.


The Basement ‘GOES GREEK’- Sydney, June 30, 2012

Following three really successful Greek nights in 2011, “The Basement” invites us to ‘GO GREEK’  on Saturday, June 30 in Sydney.

Featuring Maria Stavrapoulou and Nikita Ellenis back from their tour with Maestro George Vavasis and his band as well as DJ’s Adonis, Dimi K and Dimi Gee, this looks set to be even bigger than before.

As for the tickets, general admission costs $25+ booking fee pre-sale or at the door (if available) for $25. Moreover, Dinner & Show tickets cost $79.80 per person, including entry, seating and a 2-course meal.

For bookings call the Basement Box Office at (612) 9251 2797 (Mon – Fri 10 am – 5:30 pm).

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